Grateful Dead Live at Baltimore Civic Center on 1980-05-04
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
Franklin's Tower ->
Feel Like A Stranger
Easy To Love You
Brown Eyed Women
It's All Over Now
Don't Ease Me In
The Promised Land
Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
Ship Of Fools
Playing In The Band ->
Black Peter ->
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|Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >|
|Franklin's Tower >|
|Feel Like A Stranger|
|Billy for President Rap|
|Easy To Love You|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|It's All Over Now|
|Don't Ease Me In|
|Scarlet Begonias >|
|Fire on the Mountain|
|Samson and Delila|
|Ship Of Fools|
|Playin' in the Band >|
|Black Peter >|
Enjoy great show. What a pull!
- 2009-01-13 15:16:37
- MAC >> Nakamichi DR-1 => Grace Design Lunatec V3 >> Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
- Baltimore, MD
- Run time
- Taped by
- Barry Glassberg
- Transferred by
- Adam Egert and Derek McCabe
- Baltimore Civic Center
Subject: 40 YEARS SO FAR . . . .
40 years ago today, the Magic Began. As fate would have it, my first show was a "miracle" ticket from the Band's road crew. I was working, as a busboy, at my cousin's restaurant (Gordon's Seafood) in Pikesville MD. The band was staying at their usual Pikesville Hilton. The road crew came in for dinner (May 3rd) and had dinner It was rather early in the evening so I was able to talk to them I was asked if I was going to the show the next day and I said no. One said I was now and to be at will call the next day at 6. I asked my dad if I should go (he was in the record business) and he said why not. A decision, me thinks, was later regretted.
The next day, I rode with Brian Weiss His dad drove us in a diesel Mercedes and Brian had black roses because, after all that is what you were supposed to bring. I had been listening to the Grateful Dead since 1974 as my best Adam friend's brother, Lee Caplan had them in his collection We regularly listened to Workingman's Dead, Live Dead and American Beauty. So when I go to the show, I had some working knowledge of their library
That concert led me to the one of the greatest life experiences of my existence I became the man I am today because of the values I learned and continue to learn from being part of that community. I had already had a sense of doing for others, instilled into me from being in Hebrew School and being taught by some "hippy" Jews. But it was solidified in the Dead community I became a justice warrior and a lawyer. So much more
I had always been moved by music. The Dead took me to another level. Jerry Garcia's ability to take an open coda jam so far out set the modicum for me He turned me onto some many different genres of music and I ate them up To this day, I live to see and hear jam band music Mickey heart turned me onto percussion and I become a percussionist, even studying with his mentor Babatunde Olatunji, of blessed memory. I am so moved my music it carries me
Most importantly, I got to make some of the best friends in the world. Many still in my life from those early days. I found recovery in my life and was able to experience it High on Music, first as Wharf Rat, and now in so many other groups, to this day I also founded one of the largest Grateful Dead and now other bands pages, on social media. WEIR HERE LISTENING PARTY The mission was very simple. Continuing a social engineering experiment that began on this day 40 year ago. Now bringing the community together in virtual reality
So thank you Big Steve Parish, Ramrod and crew for doing what you did. A simple twist of fate. Your act of kindness, so apropos for the scene, was so beyond
Thank you Bob Weir Jerry Garcia Brent Mydland Bill Kreutzmann Mickey Hart Phil Lesh Donna Jean Godchaux Keith Godchaux Vince Welnick Tom Constanten Bruce Hornsby Ron « Pigpen » McKernan for making the music that forever changed my life. I wanna thank you for a real good time
Miko (as in Iko Iko My name give to me by Jim Cunningham in the Fall of 1982 in a parking lot, at our college, doing what we did A morning gathering to listen to the good old Grateful Dead)
Subject: Jerry off night.
What would I call a killer 80 show? Spokane. Now that's a killer Jerry show! The audience recording of that one is just stellar.
Subject: please fix tracker...error
Subject: Skipped a Verse in Scarlet Begonias
Subject: great show, upload errors make it tough to carry...
A great listen, but I can't carry it with me, please correct soon, thanks, couple of other upload errors.
But the Dead are in great form here.
Subject: Easy To Slip
Subject: 2 Identical Fires!
What's up with all these folks making errors uploading their shows into Archive. What a waste of time and effort.
Subject: Good show - quick note on setlist
Subject: Great Memories
Magical night!!! The boys were at their peak.
Subject: You Guys Rock
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